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20 October 2020

Counting 2015 best-selling 3D printing works which can rich your shopping list

Counting 2015 best-selling 3D printing works which can rich your shopping list

1, the use of laser 3D printing make faucets.
Bathroom products and DXV series metal manufacturer American standard faucet is manufactured by laser sintering 13 d printing technique. The manufacturing principle is adopted by a computer-controlled laser beam using high temperature and pressure to melt metal powder forming. This process makes the faucet’s design varied, unique

2, 3D prints of steel bridges.u=888789359,2227600923&fm=15&gp=0
ABS 3D Printers, the software developer Autodesk Netherlands construction company Heijmans Netherlands Centre of Amsterdam to create a 3D print made of steel bridges. Bridge will be used by Reese? Raman laboratory design of complex geometric patterns. The project is aimed at achieving a more automated way of innovative construction construction methods.

u=1105426828,3896948258&fm=21&gp=03, limited edition of selective laser sintering of high heels
2015 during the Milan design week, creative design women’s shoe brand United Nude series displayed some architectural style of shoe, which consists of five pairs of unique 3D printed shoes. Models high heels designed by famous architect and designer, using selective laser sintering 13 d printing techniques as well as hard and soft rubber and nylon material. Every shoe produced only 50 pairs of limited edition.
4, Toronto, Museum of design 3D printing works
DX| design Exchange Toronto design museum exhibition was extremely innovative and challenging work of 3D printing, cover design, science, construction and other fields. This large 3D printing experience called 3DXL activities described in detail the current popular technology development and mechanical detail, aiming to show the 3D printing in the importance of design, architecture, medicine, and other fields.

5, by the Guinness Book of world records, the world’s largest 3D printing building VULCANu=134462005,2124472531&fm=15&gp=0
2015 Beijing design week, VULCAN from the Guinness Book of world records, the world’s largest 3D printing building structure with the world again. Guildford grass at LG2 yan launched, VULCAN is on display in the Atrium Plaza arch. LCD lab combines 3D printing technology and novel design concepts and construction methods to create this work.

6, adidas using marine plastic 3D printed shoes
Adidas Parley For The Oceans, marine conservation group jointly using marine plastic 3D printed sneakers, for showing how to rethink the design of the shoe industry, using sustainable materials, application of innovation.